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The Zenos E10 R Sports Car Improves Upon Perfection

By Victor Baker


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Zenos E10 R

Zenos has released the first images of its E10 R, a new version of the E10 supercar that’s even more exciting than the Zenos E10 S. Basically, we’re dealing with the same lovable track toy, only with a powerful Ford Focus RS engine as its heart.

To be precise, powering up this vehicle is a 2.3-liter turbocharged EcoBoost engine, mid-mounted and developing 350 PS (345 HP) and 475 Nm (350 lb-ft) of torque. Add in the six-speed manual and Zenos estimates that the Zenos E10 R will do 0 to 60 mph (96 km/h) in just 3 seconds and reach a top speed of 155 mph or 250 km/h.

Zenos E10 R

Inside the cabin, so to speak, you’ll find a center console multifunction TFT and a separate driver display, 4-point racing harnesses and lightweight composite seats. Customers may opt out for carbon fiber heated seats with 6-point race harnesses, plus a quick release steering wheel.

Zenos will also offer a limited-edition of the car, called the ‘Drive Edition’, which shows off bespoke paintwork, special decals, one-way adjustable Bilstein dampers, updated master brake cylinder, carbon fiber seats, 6-point harnesses, black anodized spine, anodized aluminum short-shift gear lever and a carbon leather interior.

Long list, I know, but I guess one should know what money can buy. Speaking of which, the 700 kg (1,543 lbs) E10 R starts at £39,995 ($60,757), while the Drive Edition – a limited-edition of 15 units – starts from £43,995 ($66,833).

Zenos E10 R

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